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Trivette Sparks Huge WHS Rally

Watauga High senior first baseman Clint Trivette made the play of the game Monday night against Fred T. Foard. With the Pioneers trailing 5-3, Trivette made a diving stop on a hard-hit ball by Carson Bryant of the

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Byrum To Attend Golf Academy

Watauga High senior Matt Byrum has announced that he will attend the Golf Academy of America in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Byrum, who played baseball until his sophomore year before he turned his full attention to golf,

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Saints Take Two From Bobcats

Limestone College's Leah Quant took a no-hitter into the seventh inning of game two, and the Saint softball team held off a late rally by Lees-McRae College in game two of a Conference Carolinas doubleheader on

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ASU Baseball Re-enters National Rankings

After a one-week absence, Appalachian State University baseball has reentered college baseball’s national rankings at No. 30 in this week’s National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) poll. Two weeks ago,

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Sealey Earns All-State Accolades

Lenoir-Rhyne's Cameron Sealey has been selected to the 2011-12 NCCSIA College Division Women's Basketball All-State Second Team. NCCSIA is the North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association. Sealey

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Kaish Named Lacrosse Freshman Of Week

Lenoir-Rhyne's Ned Kaish has been selected as the Deep South Conference Freshman Of The Week for men's lacrosse, league officials announced this afternoon. Kaish, a native of Atlanta, Ga., scored

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Watauga High baseball coach Pete Hardee has announced that Monday night's scheduled game between the Pioneers and Fred T. Foard will be played in Newton. The reason for moving the game, heavy rains that doused the area this past weekend.
"The game is wash out up here," he said. "The field

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Ashe County Names Football Coach

North Surry football coach Brian Hampton is expected to be named the new footbal coach at Ashe County High, replacing Bill Strong, who retired on January 1. Hampton has spent the last three years with the Greyhounds. He led North Surry to 15 wins the last two seasons, which

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Allen Signs With Bobcats

Norton senior Erica Allen signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and athletic career at Lees-McRae College. Allen will be playing soccer for the Bobcats while pursuing a degree in

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Drummonds Has Stellar Day Johnson City Invite

Watauga High junior Taylor Drummonds had her best day as a member of the PIoneers' track team Saturday at the Johnson City Invitational in Johnson City, TN. Drummonds won two events, turned in a personal-best effort in the pole vault and she also had

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Mocs Overwhelm ASU

The Mountaineers forced a handful of three-set matches but fell short, as Appalachian State University women’s tennis fell to Chattanooga, 7-0, in Southern Conference action at UTC Tennis Courts on Sunday. The Mountaineers (10-8, 3-4 SoCon) failed to pick up the victory

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Bears Rally For Double Overtime Win

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Lacrosse Team (4-10, 2-6) rallied from a six-goal deficit to defeat Rollins (3-11, 1-6), 17-16, in double overtime in Deep South Conference action Sunday at Moretz Stadium. L-R sophomore Sam Ashton (New Market, Md.) scored the game-winner 20 seconds

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Courgars Sweep Series From ASU

Appalachian State University softball fell in Sunday's pitchers dual to the College of Charleston, 3-1, at Patriots Point Athletics Complex. The Mountaineers' Riley Carter earned her first career start, but took the loss as she scattered eight hits and allowed only three runs in five and a

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Mountaineers Sweeps Oakland

Appalachian State University baseball completed its fourth weekend series sweep of the season by taking a pair of decisions from visiting Oakland on Sunday at Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium. Appalachian downed Oakland, 14-5, in the completion of Saturday’s

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Bobcats Have Record Day Saturday

Junior Jamara Cook (Claremont, N.C.), sophomore Kortnie Curry (Lexington, N.C.), freshman Meagan Thornton (Millville, N.J.) each set a school record to lead the Lees-McRae College women's track and field team to the team title at the Johnson City Invitational on

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Bobcats Falls Twice Against Coker

The Coker College softball team held Lees-McRae College to one run on six hits on Sunday, sweeping a Conference Carolinas doubleheader from the Bobcats by scores of 8-0 and 4-1. Coker (18-18, 10-9 CC) scored 12 runs on 12 hits in the twin-bill, besting Lees-McRae (12-25, 3-7 CC) by an

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Tusculum Takes Down Lenoir-Rhyne

The Tusculum Men's Tennis Team (9-8, 3-3) defeated Lenoir-Rhyne (1-12, 0-9), 8-1, Sunday afternoon in a South Atlantic Conference contest at Hickory High School. Despite the loss, L-R did prevail at second singles with junior David Richardson (Wake Forest, N.C.) defeating

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Carson-Newman Blanks Bears

The Carson-Newman Women's Tennis Team (6-7, 2-5) shut out Lenoir-Rhyne (2-11, 0-8), 9-0, Saturday afternoon in a South Atlantic Conference match at the Carson-Newman Tennis Complex. L-R returns home to take on Tusculum on Sunday in its final league match of the year at Hickory High School beginning

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Falcons Outlast Bobcats In Four Sets

The Pfeiffer University men's volleyball team held on for a four-set victory over Lees-McRae College on Saturday afternoon, taking the first two sets and recording 10 blocks in Conference Carolinas play. Pfeiffer (18-6, 8-1 CC) won the match by scores of 25-21, 25-23, 23-25, and 25-16, posting a .264 hitting percentage while

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